Saturday, April 8, 2017

$1 Million Dollar Bigfoot Bounty and Searching For Bigfoot Inc. Head to Ohio

Searching For Bigfoot Inc. headed to Ohio to see if someone had won the $1 million bigfoot bounty, and guess what...

GIRARD, Ohio (WKBN) – A group that’s looking for Bigfoot drove all the way from California because they believe the creature is hiding out in Girard.

Searching for Bigfoot, Inc. traveled to the Valley as part of their $1 million bounty competition.

They came here because of a picture taken by Xavier King. King was driving to his Youngstown home when he said he saw Bigfoot twice. The second time, he got out and took a picture.

“I had seen something, I don’t know what it was, I had seen something, that’s all I know,” King said. “I got out and took a picture.”

He showed his friend Angela Britt, who is a firm believer in Bigfoot. She went online and contacted the Searching for Bigfoot group.

“He said, ‘Send me the pictures, I’m going to send them to my lab and send you back the results,’ and he did, with the diagram, with the head, the legs, the arms, and everything,” Britt said.

“We know they use rivers and creeks as byways and freeways. Food, vegetation that they could eat, all of this was in those pictures,” said T.J. Biscardi, director of operations for Searching for Bigfoot.

T.J.’s father, Tom Biscardi, founded the company. Searching for Bigfoot, Inc. is owned by Bigfoot Project Investments, Inc. — a publically traded company (BGFT).

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  1. Sucker! Searching for Bigfoot, INC has less than $50,000 in cash, according to the latest public filing. They don't have $1 million bucks. The spread between the bid and ask on the stock, makes the stock worth something like 15% of what you paid for it, as soon as you buy it. It's a scam.

  2. Tom Biscardi is in the Bigfoot Hoaxer Hall of Shame: